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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, May 21, 1962
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Monday Evening, May 21, 1962 WED IN WASHINGTON-Ralpli Gugliclmi, former All-American quarterback at Noire Dame, recently acquired by the New York Giants from the St. Louis Cardinals, was married Saturday to Miss Shirley Moran,' of Washington, D. C. The newly-weds are shown after leaving the Shrine of the Sacred Heart where the wedding took place. (UPI Unifax.) DAV Auxiliary Elects Delegates to State Convention Delegates lo (he stale convention were elected at the recenl meeting of the DAV Auxiliary, unit 53, al Ihe club rooms. Commander Elsie Bushing presided. Secretary's report was read and act-well cards were sent to Bill Bushing, Evelyn Bevcr, Andrew Gilbert and Carl Burton. Bulletins from State headquarters on the state convention were read and the following members were elected to attend: Executive commilteewoman', Ruby Goltschalk; delegates, Barbara Gottschalk, Elsie Bushing, lea Kistler, Mary Baker, Helen 'LaDuct, Viola, Kistler, Bessie. Johnson; alternates, Hazel DeWitt. Marie Hoffman, May Dahl, Ethel Dahl, Kay Lower, Goldie Runklc and Mary Pumel. Plans for a booth at the county fair were discussed. Two articles on Americanism were read by Viola Kistler. During the election of officers, all present officers were retained for another term. There wll be a .special meeting of officers May 21 at 1:30 p.m. at the clulj rooms. The next hospital party is May 24 and the next regular meeting Art Association Plans Annual Fete The annual spring luncheon of the Logansport Art Association will be held Thursday,' May 24, at 1 o'clock at the Ben Hur motel. The program will feature Mrs. ,Tohn T. Boswell, of Anderson, who will talk on "Arts and Hobbies". She will also display mo. saics, sculpture.and pottery which she has created. Mrs. Boswell has studied mosaics for four years with Mrs. Carol Jones, well-known Anderson artist. She has also studied sculpture, pottery an] design with Robert Youngman, Professor of Art al Anderson College. Mrs. Boswell is a member of the Anderson Civic Art Association, the National Society of Arts and Letters and the Indiana Federation of Art Clubs. Post-Graduation Featured At Center Home Party Royal Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Young, of Royal Center, entertained at a reception in honor of their son, Charlie, following his graduation from the Royal Center high school in exercises Thursday evening. The linen-covered serving table featured a floral 'centerpiece flanked with crystal candelabra and a tiered cake in the class colors of while and lavender, topped with a boy and girl graduate silhouette and a miniature diploma. The cake was made and decorated by Mrs. Young. Cake, ice cream, candies, ice tea and coffee were served to the guests by an aunt of graduate, Mrs. Howard Buchanan, and Mrs. Ross Gibson. Miniature diplomas were given as favors. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ferguson, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Overman, of Monticello; Pete Maris, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Don Forgey, Mrs. Amanda- Humes, Miss Dorothy Barr, Miss Loretta Roller, Miss Sandra Roller, Dena and Spencer Bower, Rev. •Bower. Invited but unable to attend were Miss Dorothy Tidrick, Miss Helen Maris, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Barr and family and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Swartzel and daughter. DR.O.l.BRAUN Reg. Podiatrist, Foot Specialist FOOT AMMENTS Offico 314 North St. IOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 Wednesdays—Fridays 9-4:30 •/ Culture Club Holds Guest Day Luncheon The Mental Culture club held its annual guest day luncheon Thursday al the Ben Hur with 61 in attendance. Mrs, Myra Slewart offered grace and during the business session roll call was answered with members introducing their guests. They were: Mrs. Mayme Lux, Mrs. Bertha King, Mrs. Esther Whitlock, Mrs. Sophie Lee, Mrs. Lillian Walters, .Mrs. Helen Carr, Mrs. Iris McCain, Mrs. Gretchen Smith, Mrs. Ruby Moore, Mrs. Mary Bradfield, Mrs. Stella Reynolds, Mrs. Ellen Lovell, Mrs. Elsie Spencer,. Mrs. Gladys Whiteman, Mrs; Helen Scarborough, Mrs. Caroline Jones, Mrs. Mary Martin, Mrs. Blanche Estabrook, Mrs. Ruth Hyman, Mrs. Martha Gerring, Mrs, Agnes Shantcau and Mrs, Bemice Settlemyre. Mrs. Hazel Woods gave devo. tions on "Spirited Fruits" and the president, Mrs. Faye Johnson, introduced Lt. John Marwitz and his wife. Lt.. Marwitz^ guest speaker, of the Bunker Hill AFB, spoke on the sonic boon and strategic aid command. He is a meteorologist at the base. The committee in charge of arrangement included: Mrs. Mabel Bowman, chairman, Mrs. Nell Bradfield, Mrs. Opal Hume, Mrs. Goldie Chase, Mrs. Marie Justice, Mrs. Flossie Pullen, Mrs. Hilda Rhodes and Mrs. Martha Parks. The next meeting will be the annual picnic in the lower pavil; ion of SpencSr park on Wednesday, June 6, at noon. Mrs. Connie Gray Guest of Honor at Pink, Blue Shower A pink and blue shower was given recently in- honor of M,rs. Connie Gray, 2525 George street, at the home of Mrs. Bill Carithers. Hostesses were Mrs. Carithers, Mrs. Robert Nelson, Mrs. Lou Full/, 'Mrs. Hubert Ulery, Mrs. John Ulery and Mrs. Jean Norwood. Gifts were arranged on 'a table centered with a stork from which pink ,and blue streamers cascaded lo the table corners. Refreshments of ice cream, cake,, and coffee were served and favors were nut cups decorated with mints and miniature candy babies. Those attending were: Mrs, Violet Nelson, Mrs. 1 Virginia Gray, Indianapolis; Mrs. Nellie Ulery, Mrs. Stella Nelson, Mrs. Nancy Willis and Kimberly, Mrs. Donnabelle Nelson, Mrs. Lou Fultn, Mrs. Jean Norwood and Pam, Kokomo; Mrs. Shirley Carilhers, Mrs. Janet Berry and Donna,' Mrs. Virginia Ulery-and Linda. Mrs. Viola Ulery, Mrs. Hubert Ulery, Mrs. Dianne Linback and Johnny, Mrs. Donna Smith, Bluffton; Mrs. Deanna Thomas, Mrs. Pat Duncan, Galveston; the Misses Barbara Nelson, Frankie Finch, Kathie McCain and Susie" Schmidt. Unable to attend but sending gifts were: Mrs. Gladys Key, Mrs. Margaret Brooks, . Peru, Mrs. Betty t Morris, Mrs. Anita Campbell, M'isses Pat Ulery, Susie Long 'and Bunny Easier. The Y.W.C.A. Bridge Club met recently in the parlors 'of the Y with three tables in play. Hazel Amell. was awarded first prize, Edna Beety second and Hazel Barker third. The next meeting' will' be May 31 POTTED TOMATOES in Peat Pots : Plant Pol arid All Cabbage, cauliflower, mangoes, pimontoos, pansios, all varieties of petunias and badding plants, PLEASANT HILL GREENHOUSE 1016 Pleasant Hill Huffman Students -'resented in Series Of Three Recitals Mrs. 0. M. Huffman presented her piano students in a scries of three recitals Sunday .at her home. 1901 North street. Appearing at 2 p.m. were: Sheila Martens, .Tody Hillis, Dennis Barnes,' Steve Dunwoody, Janet Julian, Debbie and Sandra Simmons and Mary Teresa Rom- minger. , L At 4 p.m. were: Joyce Dcla- plane, Susan Shanteau, Debbie Tinkle, Tom Thrall, Kay Hosier, Mary Jo Purcell, Charlotte Purcell, Barbara Hasselt and Janet Walls. , Presented in a program at 7:30 p.m. were: Janet and Vicki Rammel, Christine and Fritz Muehlhausen, Connie and Kay Porter, Beverly Gorrard. Jeanie Neerie- mer, Daniel and Marsha Huffman. 'Joseph M. Huffman also presented two of his-students: Marshal Huffman, who played a clarinet solo and Pamela Beale, a vocal number. SOCIETY The D. of I's will hold a social meeting Tuesday evening at'6:30 o'clock -at the K. of "C. hall. Membcrs's mothers will be spe- 1 guests." Members are to bring' a covered dish. Clinton township HD club will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home.oF Mrs. Sam Sailors. Members are to tell about their favorile hobbies and bring samples, if possible. Eel township HD club No. 1 will entertain the Washington lownship HD club Wednesday afternoon fit 1:30 o'clock at the 17th street hall. The postponed meeting of the Jefferson township HD club No. 2 will be held' Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock at Ihe Center church. A general auction will be held. —h- _ Washington lownship Cass coun- ;y HD club will entertain Deer Jreek HD club No. 2 at the May meeting Thursday afternoon 'at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Arthur Leffert, rural route 3. The Washington club is reminded that its members are to be guests of the Eel HD club 1 Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock al 50- 17th street (17th street hall). Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune F!ve Review of Book Is Featured At Carroll HD Guest Meeting Mrs. Joy Edging gave a review of the book, "Spencer's Mountain", at the recent meeting of the Washington Township Home Demonstration 'dub of Carroll. County. The book, which has .a background ,of family and rural lii'e, is a new novel. The Double Dozen club' members 'were guests of the club at the home of, Mrs. Robert Hinkle with Mrs. Charles Guckien as co- hostess. Mrs. Arthur Appleton opened the meeting with the pledge and creed. Mrs. Freda Mylet gave the devotions and Mrs, Iva Downham led the song of the month. Mrs. Eva Sidenbender gave the secretary's report and a motion was made and carried tp join with the Double Dozen in 'presenting $25 apiece.to each of the 4-H.lead- ers who work with 4-H children during the summer. The means of raising the money was left to the discretion of, the Finance Committee of each club. • Miss Kathleen O'Donnell played a piano solo. The Double Dozen quartet, Pieretta Appleton, Pat Jones, Charlene Seward, Caroline Shriver, accompanied by 'Mrs. Mary Shriver sang a song to "Mother". . • A Spring theme was used in the refreshments and social hour. Refreshments were in green and pink and each member and guest was given a favor of ; a miniature spring hat. The contest'-prize of identifying 12 prominent women was won by Mrs. Leona Gremelspacher and the door prize by Pauline Seward. Mrs. Pieretta Appleton was awarded the; prize for being the youngest mother present and Mrs. Mabel Cohea was awarded a prize for having the greatest number of grandchildren. Thirty-eight members answered roll call and five guests — Mrs. Joy Edging, Mrs. Leona Grcmel- spacher, Mrs. Esther Hedde, Mrs. Mary Willey and Miss Karen Wagner were present. The June meeting will be a pic- Metea Group Hears Talk on Hawaii A mother-daughter party was staged Thursday evening by the Metea Baptist Woman's Missionary society with nearly 50 ladies attending. The program opened with an organ prelude by Esther Uleridk followed with a reading in keeping with Mother's Day given by Wilda Metz. 'Devotions were offered by ,Mrsi-, Frank Price, followed with a clarinet duet presented by Raenae Pickens and Jean Thomas. Miss Elizabeth. Blizard was. the guest speaker. She !gave a talk and showed slides of the trip she and her mother made to Hawaii. During her address, she gave a brief history of the, slate, and slated thai the University of Hawaii Is older than the University of Chicago and of any other universities in Indiana. Sherry Strong gave an organ solo and a gift was presented lo Mrs. Hinkle's daughter for having a birthday nearest to Mother's Day. Wilma Metz gave a reading "Mother's Busy Day," which closed the•'. program. - While refreshments were served, Hawaiian music was played, Later Miss Blizard told the meaning of the music and also explained the hand movements, The next meeting will be 'June 27 at 2 p.m. at the home of Margaret Yanlis. "Just like g&tring a home improvement loan at The F & M B-ank. You simply can't miss." E"RCHA"hT» m = . lnbi«n/ti TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Broadway al Paarl Gal||gaffl Plaza Branch Cradle Roll Club -folds Installation 3 lans June Picnic Installation of new officers lighlighted the Friday evening meeting of the Cradle Roll Mothers, club of the Ninth street Chris- ;ian church at the.home of Mrs. Jiahn Alfrey, rural route 4. Mrs. Don Jamison, president, opened the meeting with a prayer, "Mother's Task," after which rpll call was answered with "what got for Mother's Day." . , Secretary and treasurer reports were read and "devotions were given by Mrs. William Harrison. Reports were presented by Mrs. Jack Hood on the membership commitlee and Mrs. John Arnold on the nursery-class. The picnic date was changed to June 22 with- Mrs.. Garland Eshelman and Mrs. Dick Gifford in charge, Installation services were conducted for the following new ofSeers: Presdent, Mrs. Dick Spall; vice- president, Mrs. Jack Hood; secretary, Mrs. Charles Erickson; and treasurer, Mrs. Kenneth Old- iam. Mrs. Jamison conducted the installation. ' A game of song titles,was played with prix.es going lo Mrs. Dave Slehneider and Mrs. Maxine. John- ion and Mrs. Jamison and Mrs. Claire Dunderman won the scavenger game. Members and guests, Mrs. Dun- dlerman and Mrs. Johnson, were served • refreshments by Mrs. Alfrey and Mrs. Spall, co-hostess. Social Calendar , jttONDAY 6:30 p.m.—Home and Hobby HD, husbands' dinner, Mrs. Jay Thompson, 712 East Broadway. i:30 p.m.—Lioness club, Gourmet. . i p.m.—World War I Auxiliary, Memorial home. ! p.m.—Purity-Rebekah lodge 127, lOOFhall. i p.m.—Faculty Wives, Mrs. Arthur Pruitt. 8 p.m.—Jewel .Rebekah lodge 541,17th street hall; all officers and 1 members atend as inspection will be held. TUESDAY 1:30 p.m.—Oass county.Past Presidents,.Mothers of World War II, Spencer park, 1:45 p.m.—Eel township HD 2, Mrs. Wilbur Zieg, 2401 George street. Mrs. Anna Waite "eted on Birthday Mrs. 'Monelle Waile and Mrs. Evelyn Roetken were hostesses lit a surprise birthday party recently in honor of Mrs. Anna Waite. at the home of the former, J02 East Market street. Guests included: Mrs. .Clara Conrad, Mrs. Clara Summers, Mrs. Martha Williams, Mrs. Flos- siie Cox| Mrs. Jennie York, Mrs. Muriel Weser, Mrs. Jessie Scott, Mrs. Emma Hanna, Mrs. Etta Massena, Mrs. Florence Tichenor, Mrs. Anna, Lee King and Rita Shell, Christy Waite and Tommy Waite. Contests were enjoyed with prizes going to winners and refreshments were served from a table centered with a birthday cake and flanked with flowers and ii punch bowl, HD LEADERS' SESSION The family life lesson on "Growth and Development of the Pre-School; Child" will be given cm Thursday, May 24, according to Beth Puett, Cass county HD agent. All les"son leaders are asked lo attend the event at 2 p.m. sit 1)16.441 community center. Protect Your Clothes Put them away creanl Our Economical Family Plan ANY PLAIN GARMENT ea. Minimum Order— 5 Garments . • '•. i Box Storage for summer protection to all woolens Trust Your Clothes with one who knows LONG'S CLEANERS 17th & Broadway 3rd & linden Eastgate Plaza Brownie Troop 143 Observes Birthday The Brownies of Troop 143 entertained, their mothers Thursday, '.he event marking the troop's first birthday. Guests- were greeted by Joyce Smith and Marcella Burk'etl. The program opened wilh the presentation, of colors, pledge to the flag, Brownie promise, and singing, Daniele Keller was sergeant- al-anris and color guards • were Marcia Carlson, Ann Harrison, Rebecca Michael and Marcella Burkelt. . Laura. Loomis was emcee for the program entitled, "Foundation of Girl Scout Program." The speakers were: Girl Scout Promise, Rebecca White; Laws; Diana Wedekind, Carol Jean Gibbo, Rifa Lynn Strong,-.lody Shanks, Beverly Smith, Lou Ann Love, Ruth Ann Howard, Narda Murphy, Becky Michael and Debra, Weidon; service, Susan .Clark; troop management, Ann Harrison.; citizenship, Toni Miller; health and safety, Ruth Beedle; and international friendship, Marcia Carlm. The troop sang a Spanish.song, which 'was illsutrated wild pictures shown by. Joyce Smith! A gift was presented, to Rebecca White for. her work during the cookie drive.' She sold 134 boxes of cookies, Mrs. Elsie Beedle, troop leader, presented membership cards (o froop members and gave service stars to each girl who had completed a year. Mrs. Beedle introduced and thanked the committee: Mrs. Clyde Carlson, Mrs. Robert Murphy and Mrs. William Gibbs. Mrs. William Harrison, who also assisted, was unable to attend. Refreshments were served from a table decorated with flowers. Other guests attending were: Rev. and Mrs. Charles Elam, 'Mrs. Richard. Barr, Mrs. Donald Burkett and. daughter, Mrs. Joseph Loomis. Mrs. George Michael, Mrs. Clifford Miller, Mr.'i. Bill Shanks and Mrs. Pat Tyre. . 17 million American teen-agers buy about 20% of all the ready- to-wear and footwear sold in America. Manufacturers of all types of wearing apparel spent $10.8 million nationally in 1960 in daily newspapers to ad.verlise their products Lo the nation. _ady of Snows Club Elects New Officers At Meet New officers were elected at :he recent meeting of Our Lady of the Snows study club of St. Joseph's church at the home of Mrs. Mary Ellen Baker, rural route 1. The meeting was opened by the president, Mrs. Irene Gill, with recitation of the Rosary and Ihe pledges to the flag and the crucifix. Roll call was answered with an ejaculation. A business meeting was held and new officers were elected as follows: president, Mrs. Libby Smith, vice president, Mrs. Mary Ellen Baker, secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Dixie Baker, and reporter, Mrs. Eleanor Ziegler. Plans were made for the annual picnic to be held Sunday, June 3, at Fairview 1 Park. Members brought articles for the Sisters' Pantry. The meeting was closed with Novena prayers. Refreshments' and a social hour followed. Naomi Shrine Hears Delegates' Reports On Supreme Sessions Reports on the Supreme Shrine sessions were given at the Thursday evening meeting of Naomi Shrine No. 9, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, at the TOOK hall. Clara Minnick, worthy high priestess, Lisle Minnick, past watchman of shepherds, and Elizabeth Slchlcgelmilch, past worthy high priestess, who attended the 69th Supreme Shrine sessions at Denver, Colorado," May 1-4, reported that they were among .'),delegates registered from 5(1 stales. They also reported, on activities al the sessions. Invitations were read for Friends' Night at Esther Shrine at Muncie May 28, and Miriam Shrine at Fort Wayne May 25 with Naomi's First Wiseman as special ;uest. Mothers were honored wilh a poem and songs and a small gift from the Shrine, The next meeting will be June 5 with appointive officers inviting guests. Preliminary estimates show that local advertisers in the U.S. invested over $2.8 billion in daily newspapers in 1981, This represents more than half of all local advertising placed in all media ior the year. Church of Brethren Mothers, Daughters Honored At Banquet Mothers and Daughters of the iiurch of the Brethren met in the >arty room of the-Gourmet Thurs•lay "evening with 70 attending the yearly banquet. Tables were decorated with can- •i)es in lamp globes surrounded with lilacs, bouquets, of bridal wreath and iris. "Mother and Daughter" nnpkins and long slreamers carried out the color theme of orchid and yclloWj Each 3~ace was marked with a minia- .ure parasol over a nut cup. The motif of "Molhi'rs and Daughters" a.:so appeared at the head table. Grace for OKI meal was offered by Mrs. John Lozicr. After the meal the program consisted of a roup song led by Miss Barbara S:hnepp, the daughters singing to the mothers, snd the mothers to he daughters: a greeting by Mrs. se Savini, President of the Women's Fellowship; a tribute to mothers by Mrs. Jack Berry; a '.ribule to daughters by her mo- .her Mrs. Robert Nelson. Mrs. Eugene Koch, guest of the evening, was assisted at the organ Barbara Schnepp. She began iy saying that her program would in "Word and Song." She gave a message on Mothers and Daughters interspersed with songs which illustrated the life of a girl. In closing, Mrs. Savini expressed appreciation to those on the program and to the committees. Mrs. Paul Rid'iMiour and Mrs. Vic- lor Kilchel for the program; Mrs. 1'red Brewer, Mrs. Morris Stamper, Mrs. Herman Flora, Mrs, Leo Crowe for decorations. She also announced liial the (iroup is invitcid to a Mother and Daughter' tea at 8 p.m. May 24 the Upper Deer Creek Church tif Ihe Brethren, Walton; Mrs. Paul Halliday of North Manchester is to be the speaker. Mrs. Halliday is now president of the United Church Women of the iilate of Indiana and was for some years national president of the Women's Fellowship of the Church (if (lie Brethren. Mrs. Savini asked those who wish lo accept this invilation to inform Mrs. Ridenour ill once The benediction was giv- <m by Mrs. Herman Landis. , Out of town guests present •vere: Mrs. Fred Roeschline of Indianapolis, Mrs. Kalhryn Hahnert and daughters Lou and Bcclty of Anoka, Mrs. James Kay of Walton, Mrs, Joe Kilchel of ?eru, and from Kokomo Kathryn and Lynn Cory, daughters of Mrs. Carlton Cory, Jr., Mrs. Norman Cory and daughter Anita and Mrs. Glenn Norwood and daughter Beverly. Read the Want Ads! 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